Young people asked about their pride in Scotland
THE organisers of Edinburgh’s Hogmanay celebrations have launched a campaign urging young Scots to reflect upon what is best about their country.
The drive, entitled #ScotWord, is inviting people to choose one word that best answers the question: “What makes you proud to live in Scotland?” The campaign is encouraging those between the ages of eight and 26 to take part.
Scottish singer and songwriter Nina Nesbitt is fronting the campaign. She said: “I’m proud to be part of the #ScotWord project as I’m passionate about helping the younger generation of Scotland have access to great opportunities and build a better future together.”
CAPITAL: The Hogmanay fireworks.